Huawei Mate 40 Pro’s Impressive Camera Performance Results

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro has taken the first spot in DxOMark’s rankings for cameras quality in terms of both fronts as well back. DxOMark is a benchmarking website that helps smartphone cameras, lenses, and normal cameras. With a slew of tests that it runs to regulate how good a smartphone’s cameras are and like this DxOMark has ranked Huawei Mate 40 Pro as the best camera setup. The smartphone has a triple rear camera setup and it has a dual selfie camera setup as well.

The website has placed the smartphone at the top of its rankings by giving it 136 points for the rear cameras and the front camera, it has given 104 points. It is followed by the Mi 10 Ultra, where for the rear camera performance it was given 133 points. Whereas, the Huawei P40 Pro’s is given 103 for its selfie camera performance. In its testing, the scores were given based on factors like exposure, color, autofocus, texture, noise, and many more. Similarly, there are scores for videos and zoom quality too.


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On the back, the Mate 40 Pro houses a primary sensor of 50mp, a sensor with an ultra-wide-angle of 20mp, and a telephoto camera of 12mp. DxOMark says the smartphone can maintain a wide dynamic range of athwart light levels and can capture good target exposure even in low light. On the front, the smartphone has a sensor of 12mp and a 3D depth-sensing camera.

The selfie cameras also deliver good face exposures down to low light levels and a wide dynamic range. Nevertheless, in certain conditions, there were some white balance casts and skin tones inexactitudes. Besides, the video stabilization works very efficiently nonetheless there were around some video artifacts such as color quantization in low light and some moving texture artifacts.

These results can give an idea of what the camera performance of the other 2 models would be like. The Huawei Mate 40 has a somewhat toned-down camera arrangement while the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ has the same feature, along with 2 additional sensors.